Kimya Black PLA-R Filament (2.85mm, 0.75kg)


The raw material for Kimya PLA-R is obtained from waste from industrial production. Waste material is ground up and then granulated via an extrusion step at recycling plants. This recycling process is called regeneration. If you look deeper into its definition, it equates to “any process enabling substances, materials or products that have already been used to offer equivalent performance to the original substances, materials or products vis-à-vis the intended use.” Six grades will be offered to the market: PLA-R Natural, White, Grey, Black, Red, and Blue.

It should be noted, however, that PLA is sensitive to UV and humidity, which limits it to indoor applications. It also has low resistance to heat (up to 60°C).

In terms of applications, the material is ideal for the production of prototypes and also for various decorative objects. It is also highly valued in agriculture, industry, and architecture.

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Model PL1109OW, PL1132OW, PL2066OW, PL2089OW


Properties Test Methods Values
Diameter INS-6712

1.75 ± 0.1 mm

2.85 ± 0.1 mm

Density ISO 1183 1.24 g/cm3
Moisture rate INS-6711 1
Melt flow index (MFI) (@225°C – 2.16 kg) ISO 1133 9 g/10min
Glass transition temperature (Tg) ISO 11357 61 °C



Printing Direction XY
Printing Speed 50 mm/s
Infill 100% – rectilinear
Infill Angle 45°/-45°
Nozzle Temperature 200°C
Bed T° 60°C


Mechanical Properties Test Methods Values
Tensile Modulus ISO 527 2,963 MPa
Tensile Strength ISO 527 57.9 MPa
Elongation at Tensile Strength ISO 527 2.2%
Tensile Stress at Break ISO 527 47.3 MPa
Tensile Elongation at Break ISO 527 4%
Flexural Modulus ISO 178 2,675 MPa
Flexural stress at conventional deflection (3,5% strain) ISO 178 88.8 MPa
Flexural strain at flexural strength ISO 178 4.3%
Charpy impact resistance (Charpy – notched type A) ISO 179 3 kJ/m²
Store Hardness ISO 868 79,1D